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07-15-2011, 12:57 PM
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Mathieu Carle traded to Ducks for Mark Mitera

http://canadiens.nhl.com/club/l_fr/news.htm?id=569458

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1st Round pick in 2006?

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I guess Carle couldn't handle not being 72 anymore

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Mitera

OP can't spell Mark properly apparently.

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1st Round pick in 2006?
Right before David Fisher.

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Not that I expected Carle to make the big team any time soon anyway

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OP can't spell Mark properly apparently.
Meh it doesn't matter. Half our posters wouldn't have known the difference.

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A strong-skating defensive blue-liner, Mitera’s main asset is shutting down and neutralizing any attacking forward who might find himself in the big Michigan native’s sights. While not flashy, Mitera won’t hesitate to send an opposing player into the boards and send the puck back up the ice for a quick counter-attack.

A leader on and off the ice, Mitera will never put up gaudy offensive numbers, but he is mainly asked to prevent goals, rather then score them. He will need to continue to refine and polish his already airtight defensive game.

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A strong-skating defensive blue-liner, Mitera’s main asset is shutting down and neutralizing any attacking forward who might find himself in the big Michigan native’s sights. While not flashy, Mitera won’t hesitate to send an opposing player into the boards and send the puck back up the ice for a quick counter-attack.

A leader on and off the ice, Mitera will never put up gaudy offensive numbers, but he is mainly asked to prevent goals, rather then score them. He will need to continue to refine and polish his already airtight defensive game.

http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/mark_mitera

EDIT: so you beat me to post the thread and you beat me to post his Hockeysfuture profile

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Wouldn't be surprised if Carle asked to be traded. Can't blame him he was never going to play here

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A trade with the Ducks... what a surprise !

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I'm alright with this. Mitera surely hasn't developed as expected, but he's still young (23) and still has some potential.

It was obvious Carle wasn't in our long term plans.

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A strong-skating defensive blue-liner, Mitera’s main asset is shutting down and neutralizing any attacking forward who might find himself in the big Michigan native’s sights. While not flashy, Mitera won’t hesitate to send an opposing player into the boards and send the puck back up the ice for a quick counter-attack.

A leader on and off the ice, Mitera will never put up gaudy offensive numbers, but he is mainly asked to prevent goals, rather then score them. He will need to continue to refine and polish his already airtight defensive game.

http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/mark_mitera

EDIT: so you beat me to post the thread and you beat me to post his Hockeysfuture profile
Am I the only one annoyed by a spelling mistake in a scouting report?

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It was obvious Carle wasn't in our long term plans.
I wonder if he has more of a shot at making the Ducks' line up

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I read somewhere that Carle said some things about management that might have caused some issues along the way. Can anyone enlighten me on this or just shut down the rumor I heard?

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He's a big tough, shutdown defender. Offensive skills are limited, but not rock hands either. I like him, think he can be a 3rd pairing guy.

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http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/mark_mitera

A strong-skating defensive blue-liner, Mitera’s main asset is shutting down and neutralizing any attacking forward who might find himself in the big Michigan native’s sights. While not flashy, Mitera won’t hesitate to send an opposing player into the boards and send the puck back up the ice for a quick counter-attack.

A leader on and off the ice, Mitera will never put up gaudy offensive numbers, but he is mainly asked to prevent goals, rather then score them. He will need to continue to refine and polish his already airtight defensive game.
But he's 6'3"! It doesn't make any sense! He's too big!

At least he's American...

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A strong-skating defensive blue-liner, Mitera’s main asset is shutting down and neutralizing any attacking forward who might find himself in the big Michigan native’s sights. While not flashy, Mitera won’t hesitate to send an opposing player into the boards and send the puck back up the ice for a quick counter-attack.

A leader on and off the ice, Mitera will never put up gaudy offensive numbers, but he is mainly asked to prevent goals, rather then score them. He will need to continue to refine and polish his already airtight defensive game.

http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/mark_mitera

EDIT: so you beat me to post the thread and you beat me to post his Hockeysfuture profile
Sounds good to me, between drafting Beaulieu and the club showing faith in Weber it was clear that Carle was the odd man out. Good luck to him. Mitera adds another potential tough defender, so it looks like a good trade to me.

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If I'm not mistaken, Mitera was actually a guy Timmins was pretty high on in '06.

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EDIT: so you beat me to post the thread and you beat me to post his Hockeysfuture profile
It's ok, you beat him at spelling the name correctly

I googled Mike Mitera and was like hmm... not a good sign that I can't find a hockey player with the name.

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Wouldn't be surprised if Carle asked to be traded. Can't blame him he was never going to play here
It was probably a case of Gauthier thinking that Care had no chance at cracking the roster and decided to move him rather than risk exposing him on waivers when he gets sent down.

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Well that throws a monkey wrench into the entire prospect ranking

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Well, for Hamilton, Montréal has dealt out 5'10 Russell and 6'1 Carle for 6'4 Blunden and 6'3 Mitera.

We traded with the Ducks ? Really ? I'm shocked...

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It was probably a case of Gauthier thinking that Care had no chance at cracking the roster and decided to move him rather than risk exposing him on waivers when he gets sent down.
He already went through waivers last year and didn't get picked up

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